Feb 13 2007
Disco 1.0 released
DiscoApp.com today announced the release of Disco 1.0 for Mac OS 10.4. Disco is disc burning app that allows users to accomplish more complex burning tasks with minimal effort. Following an immensely successful initial beta period, the final release of Disco introduces new improvements, features, and fixes such as a redesigned disc naming system, fully rewritten Discography database engine, improved Unicode support, and much more.
One of Disco’s major functions is spanning. Spanning allows users to span large amounts of data over multiple discs. Disco offers a “just works” principle to the whole process, and the spanning nests itself as deep as possible to ensure that your data can be spanned in almost any case.
Disco also includes a standout feature called Discography. Discography seamlessly tracks all of your burns and lets you search through tens of thousands of previously burned files to find out what disc they are on. Users can also import existing discs into Discography. This feature takes Discography from simple disc tracking to a full blown media cataloging solution.
Having announced Disco in September, hundreds of thousands of people have become interested and active readers of the Disco blog. Disco is now available to everyone at the extremely reasonable introductory price of USD$14.95. A family pack is available for under USD$30 and a 10 pack for under USD$90.